Halal Certification and Opportunity for Halal Food Business in Thailand

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สถิตย์พงษ์ มั่นหลำ Satitpong Munlum
วัชรากร มยุรี Wacharakorn Mayuree


Halal food is a food or products that has been approved according to Islam rules which has to be without any prohibition, clean and nutritious. In a present day, Halal food is not limited only to those whom are Muslim, which are the largest number of population in the world, but it is also wanted by other people with the different religious as well. Therefore, this article aimed to disseminate information of Halal food that able to make income and lead to an economic stimulus, both in local and national level. Even though Thailand is not an Islamic country but it has advantages in a food producing and processing industrial technology and also including of various resources which has an effect to increasing the opportunity of Thailand in exporting a Halal food to other countries.

     However, exporting a Halal food need to have a Halal certification from a committee of the Central Islamic Council of Thailand in order to gain a trust from Islamic consumers, both within and outside country. Apart from that, producing and processing Halal food in Thailand should be supported in production, exporting and finding a trading market to entrepreneurs which will help in increasing capabilities of Thai's Halal food to a world class Halal kitchen.

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Satitpong Munlum ส. ม., & Wacharakorn Mayuree ว. ม. (2018). Halal Certification and Opportunity for Halal Food Business in Thailand. Dusit Thani College Journal, 12(Special), 368–380. Retrieved from https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/journaldtc/article/view/130340
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